Texas Tech baseball really likes hitting at Dan Law Field at Rip Griffin Park. So much so that the Red Raiders set a new program record by scoring 16 runs in the 2nd inning of its Tuesday game against New Mexico. Yes, you read that right: 16 runs in a single inning.

They won the game 28-2.

Twenty-one Red Raiders came to the plate in the 2nd inning with the first 12 hitters of the inning reaching base before the Lobos recorded an out.

Owen Washburn, Parker Kelly and Hudson White each came to bat three times in the inning.

The inning featured 11 hits and seven walks. Four different Red Raiders hit doubles and Ty Coleman blasted a two-run home run. Left fielder Zac Vooletich led all Texas Tech hitters with four RBIs.

The Red Raiders won the game 28-2.

Let's take a trip down memory lane.

Two of Vooletich's four RBIs in the inning:

Kurt Wilson coming up in a big spot:

And they don't stop coming:

Parker Kelly has as much production in March as most of his first four years as a Red Raider:

The record-setting 13th run wasn't the last one of the inning:

The last two RBIs in the second inning came from this home run:

The Red Raiders didn't stop scoring:

Fourteen different Red Raiders had hits in the contest totaling 25 hits. Nine Red Raiders had multiple RBIs.

Again, Texas Tech won 28-2.

They play New Mexico again tomorrow at 1 p.m.

Texas Tech Baseball scores 28 runs against New Mexico

16 of them came in a record-setting 2nd inning.